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#1 posted 07-08-2015 12:29 AM

Go to some local auctions routers here go for 20 or less. I have a craftsman it’s 4 years old and has went through 3 bearings. The bearings were $3 with $18 for shipping. Turns out they are the same bearings as some motorcycles so my local machine shops has them in stock and made in the USA for $2. It has maybe 8 hrs of work time on it. Anyways check for your local auctions

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